Southampton are thought to be keen on a summer move for Anderlecht winger Francis Amuzu.
According to Belgian outlet Het Laatste Nieuws, cited by Sports Witness, the Saints, along with fellow Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion, are both interested in a move for the Belgian.
The report goes on to add that sides in the Bundesliga are also tracking the teenager, who is out of contract with Anderlecht next summer.
Amuzu is struggling to agree on a new deal with his current side, which opens up the possibility of Southampton taking full advantage with a potential cut-price permanent deal this summer.
The 19-year-old has plenty of pace and is regarded as a future star, with Amuzu making 35 appearances in all competitions for Anderlecht last season.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has already brought in an exciting winger from the Pro League in the shape of Moussa Djenepo, so Amuzu may well be another wide man through the door at St Mary’s if the Saints firm up their initial interest.
Five areas Hasenhuttl may look to strengthen ahead of the new season
With Fraser Forster and Alex McCarthy both seemingly surplus to requirements, Hasenhuttl may be keen on bringing in another keeper if the two Englishmen depart the club in the coming weeks.
Hasenhuttl could be keen on adding to his options at right-back, however, the Saints will first have to move on Cedric Soares.
The Austrian is desperate to bolster his options at the heart of the defence, so a marquee defensive addition could be one to keep a close eye on.
Mario Lemina looks set to leave the club this summer, so the Saints boss will more than likely be tempted to replace the Gabon international ahead of the new season.
Stuart Armstrong has struggled to make a serious impact on the south coast, so Hasenhuttl may be willing to bring in another attacking midfielder to challenge the Scot next season.
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